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When the General Assembly returns to Richmond in January, there is little doubt that taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood will be the center of debate.  The McAuliffe administration claims the abortion giant gets very little from state taxpayers.  If true, it should make eliminating that "little" funding very easy.  But, I expect the Governor and the abortion industry's other defenders in the General Assembly will make protecting Planned Parenthood a very high priority.  After all, according to the left, without Planned Parenthood, women would be dying in the streets. Interestingly, our friends at Alliance Defending Freedom and the Lozier Institute have complied a map of where Planned Parenthood abortion centers are located in comparison to health care facilities that actually provide all the care Planned Parenthood claims to provide, just without killing half it's patients.


It's pretty clear from the map that women (and taxpayers) have lots of safe alternatives to Planned Parenthood.